Mani Bhadra BV - Phoenix Import

Meditation

Phoenix Import offers the largest assortment of meditation cushions, meditation benches, meditation mats and meditation sets available in Europe.

Meditation cushions and meditation mats are designed by our own company, and the assortment is constantly being renewed. The meditation cushions are handmade in India and Nepal, for honest pricing. The meditation cushions have inner cushions and are filled with buckwheat chaff.

Meditation benches are mainly made of massive rubberwood or acacia wood, and are available in various models: foldable, with fixed sides, travelling benches, with or without carrying bag, with or without cushion.

Meditation mats
offer protection against a cold or hard subsoil.

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Malas and mala bags

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Vintage cotton bag mixed colours

Productnr.: 15672

Dimensions: 18×22 cm

Vintage cotton bag mixed colours

A Nepalese Village Woman Project.
For your mala, jewellery, small notebook or other items.
made of 100% recycled cotton.
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Brocade bag brown dubbele dorje lined

Productnr.: 15912

Dimensions: 16×19 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Brocade bag brown dubbele dorje lined

This little bag can be used for mala's, booklets and other items.


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Brocade bag green dubbele dorje lined

Productnr.: 15913

Dimensions: 16×19 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Brocade bag green dubbele dorje lined

This little bag can be used for mala's, booklets and other items.




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Brocade bag bordeaux dubbele dorje lined

Productnr.: 15914

Dimensions: 16×19 cm

Brocade bag bordeaux dubbele dorje lined

This little bag can be used for mala's, booklets and other things.



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Brocade bag blue double dorje lined

Productnr.: 15915

Dimensions: 16×19 cm

Brocade bag blue double dorje lined

This little bag can be used for malas, booklets and other things.




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Brocade purse blue Norbu

Productnr.: 16896

Dimensions: 15.5×19 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Brocade purse blue Norbu

This bag can be used for malas, little books and other items.
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Brocade purse red Norbu

Productnr.: 16897

Dimensions: 15.5×19 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Brocade purse red Norbu

This bag can be used for malas, little books and other items.
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Brocade purse yellow double dorje

Productnr.: 16899

Dimensions: 15.5×19 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Brocade purse yellow double dorje

This bag can be used for malas, little books and other items.
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Mala Lapis Lazuli AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15665

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Lapis Lazuli AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

The mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.



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Mala Turquoise AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15666

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Turquoise AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

he mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.



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Mala Rock Crystal AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15667

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Rock Crystal AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

Rock crystal is a beautiful material to generate healing energies. It stimulates the brain by its effect on the pituitary gland and the pineal gland. The energy in the chakra's is balanced during the recitation of mantra's at mediation. It is also said that rock crystal is helpful against cellulite or cysts. Rock crystal protects and heals by neutralising negative influences.

he mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.


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Mala Rock Crystal AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15668

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Rock Crystal AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

Rock crystal is a beautiful material to generate healing energies. It stimulates the brain by its effect on the pituitary gland and the pineal gland. The energy in the chakra's is balanced during the recitation of mantra's at mediation. It is also said that rock crystal is helpful against cellulite or cysts. Rock crystal protects and heals by neutralising negative influences.

he mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.


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Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15669

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

he mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.



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Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15670

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

he mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.



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Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag

Productnr.: 15671

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Coral AA-quality with guru bead + little bag - 108 beads

Turquoise is also called the Lord of (semi) precious stones. Its colours vary from apple green to deep sky blue.

The mala is mainly used for counting mantras during recitation. It fulfills the same function as a rosary (Catholic praying device). Beads made of (semi)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for different purposes, for counting mantras or other prayers, prostrations, circumambulations, etc. The string is the same in all types of mala and should be composed of nine threads that symbolise Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Boddhisattvas. The large bead at the end symbolises the wisdom that realises emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it symbolises emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all obstacles have been overcome. 

The mala, which consists of 108 beads, is used for recitation or the singing of mantras. The number 108 is the perfect number for all purposes. It is of importance that our motivation is pure during recitation. Mantra is the practical use of positive energies to help us grow and is a protection for our mind. Mantra is a collection of syllables from the (Tibetan or Sanskrit) alphabet. The effect is realised by repetition and becomes deeper with more repetition. The sound produced during recitation is of vital importance. The vibration of the sound creates a unique spiritual imprint in the mind of the person who is reciting the mantras. It is said a mantra is like a person; it needs to go through different phases before the actual result is obtained: purification of mental imprints. There are different mantras, some carry the highest potential of healing already inside them. These mantras are only to be transmitted from master to student, from Guru to Disciple and are called 'Siddha Mantras'.



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Mala mixed coloured glass

Productnr.: 17501

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala mixed coloured glass - 108 beads 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Amethyst AA quality 108 beads brocate bag

Productnr.: 2302

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala AA quality with 108 amethyst beads 0.8 cms - with same colour tassel + brocate bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Amethyst AA quality 108 beads + brocate bag

Productnr.: 2303

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala AA quality with amethyst beads 0.6 cms - with same colour tassel + brocate bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi')precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Rock Crystal AA quality 108 beads 6 mms + bag

Productnr.: 2307

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Rock Crystal  - AA quality - 108 beads of 6 mms + brocate bag

Rock crystal is a wonderful healing energizer. It stimulates the brain by acting upon the pituitary and pineal glands. It balances all the energy Chakras while reciting 'mantras' during meditation. Also believed to be good for cellulite or cysts. Crystal protects and heals by neutralizing negative influences.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rock Crystal white tassel 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2309

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Rock Crystal with white tassel - 108 beads of 0.8 cms + brocade bag

Rock crystal is a wonderful healing energizer. It stimulates the brain by acting upon the pituitary and pineal glands. It balances all the energy Chakras while reciting 'mantras' during meditation. Also believed to be good for cellulite or cysts. Crystal protects and heals by neutralizing negative influences.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rock Crystal/Rudraksha AA 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2310

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Rock Crystal /Rudraksha - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.8 cms + brocade bag 

Rock crystal is a wonderful healing energizer. It stimulates the brain by acting upon the pituitary and pineal glands. It balances all the energy Chakras while reciting 'mantras' during meditation. Also believed to be good for cellulite or cysts. Crystal protects and heals by neutralizing negative influences.
Rudraksha seeds come from the tree with the same name, and are used manyfold in Malas.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Haematite AA quality 108 beads + brocade bag

Productnr.: 2311

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Haematite - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.7 cms + brocade bag 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Aventurine AA quality 108 beads + brocade bag

Productnr.: 2312

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Aventurine - AA Quality - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Lapis Lazuli AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2313

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Lapis Lazuli - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras

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Mala Moonstone AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2315

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Moonstone - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Onyx black AA quality 108 beads

Productnr.: 2316

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Onyx black - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.7 cms 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rose Quartz AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2318

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Rose Quartz - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.7 cms + brocade bag 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Tiger Eye AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2321

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Tiger Eye - AA quality - 108 beads of 7 mms + brocade bag 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.




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Mala Rock Crystal facet A Quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2322

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Rock Crystal facet - A-quality polished - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag

Rock crystal is a wonderful healing energizer. It stimulates the brain by acting upon the pituitary and pineal glands. It balances all the energy Chakras while reciting 'mantras' during meditation. Also believed to be good for cellulite or cysts. Crystal protects and heals by neutralizing negative influences.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Golden Triangle 108 beads 6 mms + bag

Productnr.: 2323

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala AA-quality - Golden Triangle - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag

Golden Triangle means 36 beads of Amethyst, 36 beads of Rock Crystal and 36 beads of Rose Quartz, in combinations of three beads per.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Golden Triangle AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2324

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Golden Triangle - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.8 cms + brocade bag

Mala Golden Triangle: 36 beads of Amethyst, 36 beads of Rock Crystal and 36 beads of Rose Quartz beads, three per.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala White Agate 108 beads

Productnr.: 2342

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala with agate - 108 beads of 8 mms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala black Agate 108 beads

Productnr.: 2343

Dimensions: 0.7-0.8 cm

Mala with 108 black Agate beads - 7 to 8 mms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes the transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Amethyst 108 beads

Productnr.: 2344

Dimensions: 0.6-0.8 cm

Mala Amethyst - 108 beads of 6-8 mm


The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Carnelian 108 beads

Productnr.: 2346

Dimensions: 0.7-0.8 cm

Mala Carnelian - 108 beads of 7 to 8 mms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Amethyst AA quality 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2349

Dimensions: 0.65 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala with Amethyst beads - AA quality - 108 beads of 0,65 cms - with same colour tassel + brocate bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Gold Quartz 108 beads

Productnr.: 2353

Dimensions: 0.7-0.8 cm

Mala Gold Quartz - 108 beads of 0.7 to 0.8 cms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Red Jasper 108 beads

Productnr.: 2358

Dimensions: 0.7-0.8 cm

Mala with Red Jasper - 108 beads of 0.7 to 0.8 cms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rose Quartz AA quality 108 beads + brocade bag

Productnr.: 2398

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Rose Quartz - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.6 cms + brocade bag 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Nine Planets AA quality 108 beads

Productnr.: 2405

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Nine Planets - AA quality - 108 beads of 7 mms

“Nine-planets” Astrological (Navgraha) Mala – is made of nine semi-precious stones, representing the nine planets in the solar system. It helps in one’s destiny based on the astrological chart. This Mala is highly effective in warding off the malefic effects of all nine planets (navgraha). Sometimes more than one planet will be adversely placed in one's horoscope, or at times the correctness of the horoscope is doubtful, due to non-availability of authentic data. Under such conditions, this Mala is very useful, as all the semi-precious stones required to pacify the malefic effects of all nine planets are dealt with in this single Mala.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Pearls + Guru bead 21 beads

Productnr.: 2420

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala with Pearls (real pearls) and one big "Guru" end bead - 21 beads of 0.8 cms

One sees many monks, nuns, lamas and higher Rinpoches using this mala since it is durable, and it is deeply connected to meditation or mantra practice.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala pearl green onyx 108 beats

Productnr.: 2474/1

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala pearl green onyx

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Lotus seed 108 beads with white tassel + bag

Productnr.: 16226

Dimensions: 1 cm

Mala Lotus seed 108 beads with white tassel and bag

Bag comes in a variation of colours.

Mala

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Natural Nepali Babira stones 108 beads

Productnr.: 17262

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Natural Nepali Babira stones made of red agate - 108 beads

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Natural Nepali Babira stones 108 beads

Productnr.: 17263

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Natural Nepali Babira stones made of red agate - 108 beads

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Sandalwood 108 beads + bag

Productnr.: 2319

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Sandalwood - AA quality - 108 beads of 0.7 cms + brocade bag

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Sandalwood 108 beads

Productnr.: 2391

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Sandalwood - 108 beads of 0.8 cms

Fast becoming extinct, sandalwood is naturally fragrant and exceedingly smooth. Sandalwood has traditionally been regarded as one of the purest substances and is valued for its cooling properties and its medicinal value as well. It is believed to promote tranquillity as an aid to meditation. Turning the sandalwood beads while chanting is supposed to have therapeutic properties that enhance calmness and a positive frame of mind.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras. 

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Mala wood black

Productnr.: 2463

Dimensions: 0.5 cm

Mala made of small wooden beads black - 108 beads + end bead

This mala has a elastic thread.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala wood natural 108 + 3

Productnr.: 2464

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala made of 108 small natural wooden beads + 3 glass beads

This mala has an elastic thread, so it can be worn as a bracelet.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala wood with decobeads & silvery Dorje

Productnr.: 2481

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala wood - threaded on an elastic cord with decoratieve beads and a silvery Dorje

108 wooden beads, 3 decorative beads.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.


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Mala wood with decobeads & silvery Dorje

Productnr.: 2482

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala wood - threaded on an elastic cord with decoratieve beads and a silvery Dorje

108 wooden beads, 3 decorative beads.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.


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Mala wood with decobeads

Productnr.: 2483

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala wood - threaded on an elastic cord with decoratieve beads 

108 wooden beads, 3 decorative beads.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.


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Mala wood with decobeads & silvery Dorje

Productnr.: 2484

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala wood - threaded on an elastic cord with decoratieve beads and a silvery Dorje

108 wooden beads, 9 decorative beads.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So it actually serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.


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Mala Natural Bone 108 beads with D&B counters

Productnr.: 17252

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala made of natural bone - 108 beads with D & B counters

NB: This mala is too small to wear around the neck!

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Natural Bone 108 beads with D&B counters

Productnr.: 17253

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala made of natural bone - 108 beads with D & B counters

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Bone brown&minerals 108 beads& D&B counters

Productnr.: 17257

Dimensions: 0.85 cm

Mala made of bone, brown&minerals - 108 beads with D & B counters

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Lotus seeds 108 beads

Productnr.: 17258

Dimensions: 0.6 cm

Mala Lotus seeds - 108 beads

Colours may be different from the picture (natural product). The lotus flower has great significance in Tibetan Buddhism. Many deities are depicted seated upon lotus flowers, or in some case,s such as Padmasambhava (The Lotus Born), having arisen from Lotus Flowers. The lotus has a special quality of being so pristine and beautiful, having arisen from the murkiness of a swamp. This signifies our 'Buddha Nature', where from the darkness of our confusion, the brightness of our awakened heart can be born.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Lotus seeds 108 beads

Productnr.: 17259

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Lotus seeds - 108 beads

Colours may be different from the picture (natural product). The lotus flower has great significance in Tibetan Buddhism. Many deities are depicted seated upon lotus flowers, or in some case,s such as Padmasambhava (The Lotus Born), having arisen from Lotus Flowers. The lotus has a special quality of being so pristine and beautiful, having arisen from the murkiness of a swamp. This signifies our 'Buddha Nature', where from the darkness of our confusion, the brightness of our awakened heart can be born.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

Phoenix Import New Age en Wellness wholesale business has an extended selection of Malas, with 108 or 21 beads. It is advised to store the Mala in a Mala purse, for protection against disturbing influences. It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads. Will be delivered with a description in Dutch, English and German.

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Mala Lotus seeds 108 beads

Productnr.: 17260

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Lotus seeds - 108 beads

Colours may be different from the picture (natural product). The lotus flower has great significance in Tibetan Buddhism. Many deities are depicted seated upon lotus flowers, or in some case,s such as Padmasambhava (The Lotus Born), having arisen from Lotus Flowers. The lotus has a special quality of being so pristine and beautiful, having arisen from the murkiness of a swamp. This signifies our 'Buddha Nature', where from the darkness of our confusion, the brightness of our awakened heart can be born.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Lotus seeds 108 beads

Productnr.: 17261

Dimensions: 0.85 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Lotus seeds - 108 beads

Colours may be different from the picture (natural product). The lotus flower has great significance in Tibetan Buddhism. Many deities are depicted seated upon lotus flowers, or in some case,s such as Padmasambhava (The Lotus Born), having arisen from Lotus Flowers. The lotus has a special quality of being so pristine and beautiful, having arisen from the murkiness of a swamp. This signifies our 'Buddha Nature', where from the darkness of our confusion, the brightness of our awakened heart can be born.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rudraksha 108 beads & minerals

Productnr.: 17264

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Rudraksha 108 beads & minerals

Please note that the decorative beads come in various colors.

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rudraksha 108 beads

Productnr.: 17265

Dimensions: 1.0 cm

Mala Rudraksha 108 beads

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Bone black 108 beads& D&B counters

Productnr.: 17266

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala made of bone, black- 108 beads with D & B counters

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rudraksha 21 beads

Productnr.: 17269

Dimensions: 1.0 cm

Mala Rudraksha 21 beads

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala bone

Productnr.: 17296

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala made of natural bone Skull

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds, bone or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala rack seed natural 108 beads

Productnr.: 17526

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala rack seed natural 108 beads

Rack is an Indian seed from the Banyan tree. Rack seed is also known as the brother of Bodhi seed. Rack seeds are small and light and therefore perfect for meditation or chanting mantras. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Bodhi Tree seeds light 18 beads

Productnr.: 2370

Dimensions: 1.3 cm

Light Bodhi Tree mala - 18 walnut coloured beads of 1.3 cms

Bodhi seeds and Bodhi tree are associated with the tree under which Lord Gautama Buddha achieved enlightenment, over 2,500 years ago in Northern India. One sees many monks, nuns, lamas and higher Rinpoches using this mala since it is durable, and it has a deep connection to meditation or mantra practice.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rudraksha 108 beads with red tassel

Productnr.: 2385

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Mala Rudraksha - 108 beads of 0.7 cms - with red tassel

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Lotus seeds 108 beads

Productnr.: 2401/1

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Lotus seeds - 108 beads of 0.8 cms

Colour may be different from the picture (natural product). The lotus flower has great significance in Tibetan Buddhism. Many deities are depicted seated upon lotus flowers, or in some case,s such as Padmasambhava (The Lotus Born), having arisen from Lotus Flowers. The lotus has a special quality of being so pristine and beautiful, having arisen from the murkiness of a swamp. This signifies our 'Buddha Nature', where from the darkness of our confusion, the brightness of our awakened heart can be born.

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.


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Mala Shell OMPMH carved 21 beads

Productnr.: 2406

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala Shell Om Mani Padme Hum carved - 21 beads of 0.7 cms 

Mala with 21 shell-material beads, with the OMPH mantra carved in every bead!

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, shell, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala White Bone 21 beads

Productnr.: 2413

Dimensions: 1 cm

Mala with 21 white bone beads of 1.2 cms

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras

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Mala Bodhi Tree seeds 21 beads

Productnr.: 2418

Dimensions: 1.3 cm

Mala Bodhi Tree seeds natural - 21 beads of 13 mms

Bodhi seeds are associated with the tree under which Lord Gautama Buddha achieved enlightenment over 2,500 years ago, in Northern India. One sees many monks, nuns, lamas and higher Rinpoches using this mala since it is durable, and it has a deep connection to meditation or mantra practice.


The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

Phoenix Import New Age en Wellness wholesale business has an extended selection of Malas, with 108 or 21 beads. It is advised to store the Mala in a Mala purse, for protection against disturbing influences. It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads. Will be delivered with a description in Dutch, English and German.

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Mala rack seed dark

Productnr.: 2471

Dimensions: 0.8 cm

Mala rack seed dark

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

Phoenix Import New Age en Wellness wholesale business has an extended selection of Malas, with 108 or 21 beads. It is advised to store the Mala in a Mala purse, for protection against disturbing influences. It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads. Will be delivered with a description in Dutch, English and German.



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Mala Rudraksha and rose quartz with pink tassel + bag

Productnr.: 2478

Dimensions: 0.5 cm

Mala Rudraksha - with rose quarts and pink tassel + brocade bag

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. 

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

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Mala Rudraksha and amethyst with purple tassel + bag

Productnr.: 2479

Dimensions: 0.5 cm

Mala Rudraksha - with amethyst and purple tassel + brocade bag

Rudraksha is the divine gift of Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. Rudraksha means "Tears of Rudra" (Lord Shiva); they are the holiest items with mystical powers. For thousands of years, people have been utilizing the beads for obtaining spiritual, material and medicinal benefits. It is believed that one who wears Rudraksha is untouched by sins, and is protected from all negativity. The natural electromagnetic properties of the holy Rudraksha beads have been found to improve the concentration, focus and mental stamina. According to Ayurvedic scriptures, wearing Rudraksha can have positive effects on the heart, nerves, and is good for relieving a person from stress, depression, anxiety, palpitations, high blood pressure. For the spiritual seeker this is a blessing in disguise, as the wearer of Rudraksha is able to archieve his goals faster; also the effects of the rituals will be ten times more effective. We have a beautiful booklet available in English about Rudraksha.(See dept. Books nr. B115 - € 4.90).

The string of beads is mainly used to count repeated mantras. So actually, it serves the same purpose as a rosary. Beads made of semi-precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood may serve all kinds of goals, like counting any kind of mantras, or other forms of prayer, bows, walk-rounds and such. The cord is the same for every mala, and should be made of nine threads, symbolising the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight Bodhisattvas. The larger bead at the end stands for wisdom, realising the utter emptiness, and the cylindrical bead on top of the large bead symbolises the void itself. Together, they symbolise the triumph over all adversaries.

The Mala with 108 beads is used while reciting or singing the mantras. 108 is the ideal number for all kinds of purpose. It is important that our thoughts will be pure while reciting or singing the mantra. Mantra is the practical use of secret powers which may help our progress. Mantra means a collection of letters from the alphabet. The effect will be made by repeating the mantra over and over again; this becomes more profound as one continues this recitation. Essential is the sound that is produced while reciting. This sound creates a unique spiritual imprint on the person who is reciting. They say that a mantra is like a human being; there are various stages to go through before reaching the final effect: "Purification of mental impressions." There are various mantras with an inherent potential power; these may only be personally transferred from Master to initiate. These are the so-called "Siddha Mantras". Some Malas have two counting devices with pictures of Vajra and Bell. In Buddhism, the symbolic meaning of these images are "method and wisdom, the masculine and feminine principle." The animal bone symbolizes transient state of all beings. These counting devices are used while doing a retreat, reciting 100.000 mantras.

Phoenix Import New Age en Wellness wholesale business has an extended selection of Malas, with 108 or 21 beads. It is advised to store the Mala in a Mala purse, for protection against disturbing influences. It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads. Will be delivered with a description in Dutch, English and German.

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Mala clip Lotus

Productnr.: 12133

Dimensions: 2 cm

Mala clip Lotus

Material: copper with silver coloured vintage coating. Gemstone bead is reconstituted turqoise and coral (gem powder mixed with resin).

Also order art. no. 5971: black leather necklace with lobster clasp.
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Mala clip Dharma Wheel

Productnr.: 12134

Dimensions: 3 cm

Mala clip Dharma Wheel

Material: copper with silver coloured vintage coating. Gemstone bead is reconstituted turqoise and coral (gem powder mixed with resin).

Also order art. no. 5971: black leather necklace with lobster clasp.

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Mala clip Heart

Productnr.: 12135

Dimensions: 2.5 cm

Mala clip Heart

Material: copper with silver coloured vintage coating. Gemstone bead is reconstituted turqoise and coral (gem powder mixed with resin).

Also order art. no. 5971: black leather necklace with lobster clasp.

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Guru Bead for Mala - Om Mani Padme Hum

Productnr.: 12136

Dimensions: 2.5 cm

Guru Bead for Mala - Om Mani Padme Hum

Material: copper with golden coloured coating

Also order art. no. 5971: black leather necklace with lobster clasp.
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Finger Mantra counter

Productnr.: 15663

Dimensions: 10 cm

Finger Mantra counter

Specifications:
Mechanic counter, counts up to 99999
With reset button 
Size of the strap ± 10 cm
Delivered in assortment of different colours, a.o. yellow, blue, red, purple and green.
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Mala Counters Dorje & Bell brass

Productnr.: 17511

Dimensions: 0.7 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Counters - Dorje & Bell - brass - counting device

Counters are used as a counting device, while reciting mantras.
Material: brass with cord.
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Mala Counters D&B white metal counting device

Productnr.: 2431

Dimensions: 15.5×2 cm

Mala Counters - Dorje & Bell - white metal - counting device

Counters are used a a counting device while reciting mantras.
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Mala Counters Dorje & Bell silver counting device

Productnr.: 2432

Dimensions: 12 cm

Mala Counters - Dorje & Bell - real silver - counting device

Counters are used as a counting device, while reciting mantras.
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Mala clip Jewel silver counting device

Productnr.: 2433

Dimensions: 2.5×1.5 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala clip Jewel - real Sterling silver - counting device

Mostly used as a help instrument for counting mantras (a counter). Clip is also used as decoration on a Mala.
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Mala Counters with flowers silverplated

Productnr.: 2458

Dimensions: 10 cm

Mala Counters with flowers - silverplated

Counters are used a a counting device while reciting mantras.
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Mala Counters with flowers silverplated

Productnr.: 2460

Dimensions: 14 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Mala Counters - with flowers - silverplated

Counters are used a a counting device while reciting mantras.
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Mala ring white metal

Productnr.: 2475

Dimensions: 0.5 cm

The rings are used for decoration between the beads.
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Bag brocade lotus red

Productnr.: 16396

Dimensions: 19×16 cm

Mala Bag brocade lotus - red

It is advised to store the Mala in a Mala purse, for protection against disturbing influences. There are silver-coloured clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.



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Bag brocade lotus blue

Productnr.: 16397

Dimensions: 19×16 cm

Mala Bag brocade lotus - blue

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver-coloured clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.


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Bag brocade lotus orange

Productnr.: 16398

Dimensions: 19×16 cm

Mala Bag brocade lotus - orange

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.

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Purse lined brocade green

Productnr.: 16602

Dimensions: 10X14 cm

Mala Brocade purse - brocade green - lined with yellow inner bag

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.

Phoenix Import New Age en Wellness wholesale business has assembled a selection of typical Tibetan textile products.
For Tibetans, most of these products have a spiritual or symbolic meaning, and serve as a decoration on the altar, in the "Gompa" (meditation room) or at home. In this section you will also find other products with symbolic representations of the Double Dorje, Kala Chakra or lotus flowers.

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Brocate purse yellow with red lining

Productnr.: 16603

Dimensions: 10X14 cm

Mala Brocate purse - yellow - with red lining 

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.


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Brocate bag blue with red lining

Productnr.: 16604

Dimensions: 10X14 cm

Mala Brocate bag - blue - with red lining

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.


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Brocate purse red with lining

Productnr.: 16605

Dimensions: 10X14 cm

Mala Brocate purse - red - with lining

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.

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Mala Brocate purse white with red lining

Productnr.: 16606

Dimensions: 10X14 cm

Mala Brocate purse - white - with red lining

It is recommended to store the Mala in a Mala purse, in order to shield its energy. There are silver clips available as well, f.i. to mark 7 or 21 beads.

Meditation drinking bottles

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Vitalwater drinking bottle Thank You - hot

Productnr.: 71200

Volume: 300 ml

THANK YOU bottle 0.3

Please note: the Thank You products do not have the Flower of Life! 

For Coffee and Tea Lovers

This bottle can withstand temperatures of up to 100°C (212°F) and is suitable for hot drinks. If you cannot live without your favorite drink, be it coffee or tea, this is the bottle for you. You will appreciate it at work and at home. The cork wrapping is an excellent insulator, and whatever you put into it will stay hot for quite some time. It can also be used for your favourite soup.

»Now I can have my favourite coffee wherever I go. Even on the top of a mountain. Thank you!«


Capacity: 0.3 l
Production: handcrafted manufacture, traditional workmanship
Materials: glass, cork, wood, rubber, metal


How do I care for it?
It's easy. Remove the rubber coatings, the cork and the wooden cap. What remains is the glass bottle. You can put it into a dishwasher or clean it by hand. Attention: the screw cap should not be washed under running water or in the dishwasher.


THANK YOU BOTTLES
Why are they named Thank you?

They are the first bottles in the world that are made from 100 % natural materials that are 100 % degradable. If our Earth could talk, it would say to every user: Thank you!





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